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FlyAngle Endless Arcade Shooting

by Cogoo Inc.

Insanely Simple

FREE in the App Store

What is it about?

Insanely Simple. Insanely Addictive. Insanely Challenging. Fly!! Aim!! Shoot!!on FlyAngle!

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
83Mb
Genre
Arcade Action
Last updated
January 8, 2016
Release date
September 16, 2015
More info

FlyAngle Endless Arcade Shooting is FREE but there are more add-ons

  • $4.99

    Unlimited Play

  • $0.99

    Energy Refill

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App Store Description

Insanely Simple. Insanely Addictive. Insanely Challenging. Fly!! Aim!! Shoot!!on FlyAngle!

Take control of FlyAngle, a simple, yet powerful triangle shaped craft, on an intense course filled with frequent explosions. And as you conquer this action-packed mission using swift aerial maneuvers, you’ll be additionally delighted by the classic arcade inspired graphics and sound effects, rhythmic music, plus comic-style onomatopoeic captions.

- Touch Arcade -
'FlyAngle' Looks Like an Interesting Endless Flier and Shooter Mix -Upcoming Games

- Game Concept -
1) Fly with ease
Just briefly tap the screen to have FlyAngle soar upward, touch and hold to curl back, or take no action to descend. It's that simple.

2) Annihilate enemies -
Dodge hazardous looking matter but get near green orbs and similar elements to collect points, boost strength, as well as generate mini FlyAngles, which will attack enemies when in close proximity.

3) Grab power-ups -
Fly over or beside items displaying a magnet, shield, or other objects to activate special capabilities to increase protection, speed, range of attraction, etc.

- Game Features -
• Touch to Fly up & curl back
• Follow the trail to Collect missiles
• Find new enemies as you go further
• Insanely Addictive
• Out of the blue Achievements

- About Cogoo -
Cogoo is a small, indie development team. We are dedicated to the science of fun, preferring to explore and experiment with new gameplay mechanics. Ultimately, it's about trying to find all of the good we can do with games.